Meet Rev. Wendy Mae
Spiritual Life Coach
For my whole life, I've been having "conversations" with a very wise and thoughtful "voice" in my head. I had no idea until my 30's that this wasn't a normal thing for everyone. That "voice" was the best teacher I ever had and it always helped me see things even when I didn't want to see what was being pointed out.
In 2000, I was told that it is time for me to share them with others by being a Spiritual Life Coach. At that point, I had never even heard of a Spiritual Life Coach and I argued that I had no idea how to do it or be it. I was told that "They" would be the ones giving the advice and guidance and all I had to do was be the voice.
I've learned a ton over the years. It was very interesting to me as I embarked on this journey because for the first few years it seemed that every single person I worked with offered something that I needed to learn or work on. Spirit was teaching me as the client was being taught, and for that, I am very grateful.
I have been working on myself and my own Spiritual growth and development for basically my entire adult life, even though I didn't fully know it. Over the last 20 years, my learning has been about how to truly love and appreciate myself. I had no idea when Spirit first brought that to my attention what was meant by it, I had in fact, never even heard of self-love prior to that conversation. I learned what it is, why it's important and now, all these years later, I can say that I am a decent expert on the topic.
I run a website and social media pages called
My Loving Self which is dedicated to self-love and self-care.
I grew up in a family that was abusive, but like many people, I wasn't really aware of the extent of the abuse and its effect on me until I became an adult and was able to see it through adult eyes.
I have always told my clients stories about my life and how I dealt with things and how the Angels and Spirit guided me through situations in order that my experiences be teaching tools. I have believed since I began this career that I go through things in order to be able to help others who need a hand going through it, and that is one of the things that keeps me going. I know that whatever I am going through it is going to serve to help someone else someday down the road.